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SPSS code is provided in order for readers to see our analytical approach; due to the confidential nature of questionnaire responses and clinical information on participants with potentially serious incidental findings, it is not possible to publicly share the dataset to which this code pertains. Importantly, any bona fide researcher can apply to use the UK Biobank resource, with no preferential or exclusive access, for health related research that is in the public interest. Application for access to UK Biobank data involves registration and application via the UK Biobank website, with applications considered by the UK Biobank Access Sub-Committee. Following approval, researchers and their institutions sign a Material Transfer Agreement and pay modest access charges. Further information on applying to access UK Biobank data is available at: http://www.ukbiobank.ac.uk/register-apply/.
Gibson, Lorna Mary; Nolan, John. (2018). Factors associated with potentially serious incidental findings and with serious final diagnoses on multimodal imaging in the UK Biobank Imaging Study: a prospective cohort study, [software]. University of Edinburgh. Usher Institute of Population Health Sciences and Informatics. http://dx.doi.org/10.7488/ds/2371.
|Date made available||27 May 2019|
Potentially serious incidental findings on brain and body magnetic resonance imaging conducted among apparently healthy adults: a systematic review and meta-analysis